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Matthew Prior 1664 to 1721
Matthew Prior
1664-1721


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Great Bacchus
Matthew Prior (1664-1721), English poet

Great Bacchus, born in thunder and in fire,
By native heat asserts his dreadful sire.
Nourish'd near shady rills and cooling streams,
He to the nymphs avows his amorous flames.
To all the brethren at the Bell and Vine,
The moral says;  mix water with your wine.


       
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